Zambia is most famous as being one half of the home of Victoria Falls, but it is also a bucket list destination in its own right. It’s the spiritual home of walking safaris, with top notch game reserves and unspoilt bush beauty. Being the safari region less visited, it has the advantage of a very light human footprint and plenty of game unaffected by the daily arrival of game vehicles.
The Luangwa Valley in eastern Zambia has long been regarded as one of Africa’s finest wildlife regions. Clustered around the Luangwa River are three national parks. Our once-in-a-lifetime walking safari takes place in the southernmost of the three, South Luangwa.
Concentrations of game along the Luangwa River and its lagoons are among the most intense in Africa. The river teems with crocodile and hippo while large populations of giraffe, elephant and Cape buffalo, often numbering into the hundreds, are found in the surrounding bush.
In the best known African park for walking safaris, welcome to the Ultimate South Luangwa walking safari experience.